Data are numbers (1 to 1000 let's say), so it's stored in 1000 cells, but rather than having a 10x100 row/col table, it's a circular table. In this circular table/spreadsheet, each cell gets a different color attribute depending if its stored value is a prime number or not and depending on the number of divisors the value can have.
I'm wondering if I could acheive the same result with Mathematica and if so, I would like to be pointed in the right direction. I've looked at different graph options, but can't seem to find the right approach. SectorChart may visually do the trick, but "data" are only visual attributes (x,y,z) of a sector, whereas my data are numerical values that should not affect (x,y,z) - only color.
Maybe I could use labels as a placeholder for my data? Or some other programatically accessible properties of a sector?
Note: It can be a static chart/table, I do not need it to be as interactive as it is in the provided link.
Any help would be appreciated!